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United States of America

Department of Commerce

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Trade Opportunities

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THIS IS AN ARCHIVED SITE

This site contains information released online prior to January 20, 2009.

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Information released from January 20, 2009 to present.

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Programs & Services

U.S. Commercial Service - Offers valuable assistance to help your business export goods and services to markets worldwide. From this site you can access a global listing of trade events, international market research, and practical tools to help with every step of the export process.

Export.gov - Export.gov is the U.S. Government's online entrypoint for U.S. exporters. The site organizes export-related programs, services and market research information from across 19 federal agencies and provides a sophisticated cross-agency search capability.

Manufacturing and Services - Offers a well-coordinated, economical, and accessible array of services to help small businesses increase their export potential.

International Trade Update Newsletter - Published monthly by the Office of Public Affairsof the International Trade Administration.

China Business Information Center - China is a region of great opportunity for all types of companies--not just large multinationals. Doing business in China can still be challenging. The China Business Information Center site will help open the China market for your company.

Middle East and North Africa Business Information Center - The Middle East and North Africa is a region of great opportunity got sll types of for all types of companies - not just large multinationals, but business in the region can be challenging as well as rewarding. Find out whether doing business in the Middle East and North Africa is for you. What are the opportunities? What does it take to succeed? Let us help you assess your possible risks vs. potential rewards.

Business Information Services for the Newly Independent States - The U.S. Government's primary market information center for U.S. companies exploring business opportunities in Russia and other Newly Independent States.

Platinum Key Service - The platinum Key Service allows U.S. companies to take advantage of longer term, customized U.S. Commerce Service assistance including, but not limited to, identifying markets, launching products, developing major project opportunities, resolving commercial disputes and providing assistance on regulatory or technical standards matters in overseas markets.

Market Access and Compliance - MAC's overall objectives are to obtain market access for American firms and workers and to achieve full compliance by foreign nations with trade agreements they sign with our country.

Other Access & Compliance Resources

Trade Compliance Center - Helps American exporters overcome foreign trade barriers and works to ensure that foreign countries comply with their commitments to the United States.

Trade Advocacy Center - Acts as a unique, central coordinating point marshaling the resources of 19 US government agencies in the Trade Promotion Coordinating Committee to ensure that sales of US products and services have the best possible chance abroad.

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